When calculating your GPA, you must remember that quality Points are assigned to each letter grade. The type of class (Academic, Honors, AP or IB) you take will determine the number of quality points you receive for the course. Students received weighted credit (extra points) for Honors, AP and IB courses.
Wake County determines official GPA based on final grades. Your GPA is figured and reported on your transcript both weighted and unweighted. To calculate an unweighted GPA, use the academic scale only. Students are ranked from highest to lowest GPA using cumulative weighted grades.
If a Senior finishes strong and wishes to have their GPA recalculated after fourth quarter in June and after exams, they must see the Guidance Technician, for instructions for requesting a recalculation at that time.
The weighted GPA will be used to determine if the student satisfies the minimum GPA requirement.
The GPA is the cumulative GPA based on all courses taken during high school.
It depends. If you complete the A.A. or A.S. degree, then the minimum scores do not apply, but you will be evaluated on your performance at the community college. If you do not complete the A.A. or the A.S. degree, then the high school GPA and SAT scores will be used to determine eligibility.